Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) — since 1989

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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Elbert M. Hartman, M.A., C.A.C. III
1790 30th Street, Suite 245
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 720-212-3273

Elbert M. Hartman, MA, CAC III received both his B.A. in Contemplative Psychology and his M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. He is a Certified Addiction Counselor, Senior Level, and is completing an advanced certification in Gestalt Psychotherapy through the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute. He is adjunct faculty at Naropa University teaching Transforming Addictions and Group Dynamics and Leadership. As a psychotherapist, Elbert specializes in working with individuals, groups couples and families focusing on addiction, trauma, mood disorders and relationship dynamics. He has worked extensively with adults and at-risk adolescents in the criminal justice system with high success in reducing relapse rates. Additionally, he has provided therapy for clients with a wide range of mental health diagnoses including personality disorders and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder utilizing EMDR and other psychotherapeutic techniques. As a long-term meditation practitioner, Elbert combines meditation with Gestalt psychotherapy and the Enneagram system of typology to enhance the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Elbert believes that each individual is unique and grows toward greater health through their own process of resolving issues, cultivating awareness and developing confidence in expressing personal choices.


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Andrea Foote, Psy.D.

1244 Pine St
Boulder, Co 80305

phone: 720-937-6433

Area of expertise in working to support parents and addressing perinatal mood issues, fetal loss, and challenges that parents face in becoming the best parent they can be.


Bethany Aronow, M.A., L.P.C.

5377 Manhattan Circle Ste 200
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 641-0667

Counseling, Resource Navigation and Support for people facing medical challenges. Cancer, chronic and serious illness. Support from a counselor with personal & professional understanding to meet your individual needs. Find empowerment and hope. Recognize new possibilities, embrace your strengths and discover greater peace and acceptance. Find fulfillment despite your diagnosis.

Naropa University graduate seeing adult clients since 1998. Reasonable rate, convenient location near Hwy 36.


Michele Lee Adcock, M.A.

Future Hope Counseling

phone: 720-837-5296

Having troubles and difficulties in life? We all do at one time or another. Future Hope Counseling is here to offer help over the rough patches in life and to offer hope for the future.

Depression and anxiety problems are common in today's stressful world. Future Hope can offer strategies and therapies to help you deal with what's most troubling. In addition we offer counseling for those who have had a loss that they just cannot seem to get over. Sometimes letting go is difficult, especially to try to do on your own.

Future Hope offers affordable counseling to individuals, couples and families. Areas of specialty include grief and loss, trauma and abuse, depression, anxiety, women's issues, marital, premarital and relationship enhancement counseling. Receipts for health insurance reimbursement are available. By appointment only.


Erica Michaels Hollander, Ph.D.

Hollander Institute for Human Development & Family Growth
10561 Sandstone Run
Littleton, Co 80125

phone: 303 978 9091

Doctorate in Human Communication Studies, Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in Psychodrama, Member Executive Council American Society for Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry, Member Committee on Professional Standards.


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